A patient is taking drugs for rheumatoid arthritis and has a history of cataract surgery lyear back, the patient presented with sudden painless loss of vision, probable diagnosis is?
B. Chloroquine toxicity
D. Chronic choroiditis
Ans: A. CME
(Ref 2017 Jul 28, medicine, Baltimore journal of ophthalmology.)
- Most probably leakage around macula shown in given image is most likely due to CME.
- Macular hole is different entity having no association with rheumatoid arthritis & have different fundal picture.
- Choroiditis shows healed scars or oatches in retina which have more likely infectious causes.